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     PKCano 1 month ago.

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    • #1757943 Reply

      woody
      Da Boss

      Whotta mess. Again. I was tempted to come up with a list of the days that we had new patches and patches of patches, and finally gave up. You’d be muc
      [See the full post at: Where we stand with the May 2019 Windows patches]

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    • #1758058 Reply

      Ed
      AskWoody Lounger

      On the bright side Woody… you’ve got plenty of installation results from an abnormally large amount of “beta testers” already posted here for the May patches. 🙂

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    • #1758749 Reply

      Tex265
      AskWoody Plus

      All that said, mainly ver 1903 and 1809:

      Where do we stand regarding ver 1803?

      KB4499167  CU (5/14)

      KB4497398 Service Stack (automatically installed with the CU?)

      KB4499183 Update Patch (5/21) with the Download and install change

      KB4495616 New standalone .NET 4.8

      Windows 10 Pro x64 v1803 and Windows 7 Pro SP1 x64
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      • #1759018 Reply

        PKCano
        Da Boss

        KB4499183 Update Patch (5/21) with the Download and install change

        This is a non-security Patch and not recommended unless you choose to be a seeker.

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        • #1759841 Reply

          Tex265
          AskWoody Plus

          More info please:

          KB4497398 Service Stack – will Windows 10 Updater automatically installed this with the May CU, or does this need to be downloaded from the catalog and separately installed first, similar to Windows 7?

          KB4499183 Update Patch (5/21) with the Download and install change – if not sought out, will it be included in the June C/Update?

          KB4495616 New standalone .NET 4.8 updates – As I understand the .NET 4.8s are now separate from the Windows 10 Monthly C/Updates. How will they be presented to users? Will they appear along with, but separately, with monthly Quality Updates? Or do they need to be manually found in the catalog and installed?

          Windows 10 Pro x64 v1803 and Windows 7 Pro SP1 x64
          • #1759845 Reply

            PKCano
            Da Boss

            In Win10 the SSUs are downloaded with the CUs automatically.

            The Patch Tuesday CUs contain the Preview patches which are released after the Patch Tuesday CUs from the previous month. It has been this way and nothing has changed since last month and the month before that and the month before that.

            The .Net CUs will be released as necessary for your PC through Windows Update automatically.

            In Win10, nothing has to be “manually found” unless YOU choose to be a seeker.

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            • #1759982 Reply

              Tex265
              AskWoody Plus

              PK Sorry, I was confused regarding KB 4499183

              KB4499167 May C/U (Security) was succeeded by
              KB4505064 May C/U (Non-Security) was succeeded by
              KB4499183 May C/U (Non-Security) which when succeeded by
              KBxxxxxxx June C/U (Security) will include the “Download and install” enhancement.

              Windows 10 Pro x64 v1803 and Windows 7 Pro SP1 x64
            • #1762254 Reply

              Tex265
              AskWoody Plus

              PKCano wrote:
              The .Net CUs will be released as necessary for your PC through Windows Update automatically.

              Then why have I not yet received this .Net 4.8 CU KB4495616 released 5/14 for ver 1803?
              I received the May CU KB4499167 on time and hide it via wushowhide.
              My settings are Semi-Annual, Feature 365 day delay, Quality updates 3 day delay, Group Policy 2 – ask to download.

              Windows 10 Pro x64 v1803 and Windows 7 Pro SP1 x64
            • #1767497 Reply

              woody
              Da Boss

              Try unhiding the May CU. That may knock it loose.

            • #1789018 Reply

              Tex265
              AskWoody Plus

              Try unhiding the May CU. That may knock it loose

              Unhid, downloaded and installed the May CU KB4499167 but still no .NET 4.8 KB4495616.

              So I ran into a website that says this is an “Update” only needed if have .NET 4.8. installed. So I checked via my registry and it appears I may be up to only .NET 4.7.2

              Question now is how do you obtain .NET 4.8? If automatically, why has it not come down the Windows Updater? Is it optional and my deferral settings are preventing download?

              Do I need it?   Manual install from the MS Catalog?

              My settings are Semi-Annual, Feature 365 day delay, Quality updates 3 day delay, Group Policy 2 – ask to download.

              Windows 10 Pro x64 v1803 and Windows 7 Pro SP1 x64
            • #1789260 Reply

              PKCano
              Da Boss

              You need what Windows Update offers you (again).

    • #1759010 Reply

      geekdom
      AskWoody Plus

      If you haven’t already, patch for worm BlueKeep.

      Maybe the worm is a problem, maybe not, but nobody is saying exactly how the worm infects.

      Group G{ot backup} Win7Pro · x64 · SP1 · i3-3220 · TestBeta
    • #1759422 Reply

      Alex5723
      AskWoody Plus

      Has 1809 MS-DEFCON been raised to 3 ?

      • #1759427 Reply

        PKCano
        Da Boss

        I believe the DEFCON-3 was for XP and Win7. Today’s ComputerWorld article talks about Win10 1809 patches, but I didn’t find the “go ahead and patch” statement.

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        • #1759754 Reply

          woody
          Da Boss

          Yep. I think XP, Vista and Win7 customers (and their related Servers) should patch now, but there’s still no pressing reason to update anything else.

          Give it a few more days.

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    • #1759104 Reply

      anonymous

      Reposting for Window 7 users. SueW also has an excellent install post at #1664924.

      Windows 7 SP1 64bit, with Broadcom network card. Group B.

      Installed May’s updates; IE KB4498206, SO KB4499175 and .NET KB4495612 (SO 3.5.1) today.

      From the catalog; Installed IE KB4498206 1st, SO KB4499175 2nd, SO .NET KB4495612 3rd, and MSRT (from WU) last.

      Did NOT install the IE KB4505050 since they are going to fix it next month anyway.

      Installed one at a time. Rebooted in between each update letting it sit 1 or 2 minutes after update was installed (one took 5 minutes to have the hard drive settle down).

      No network issues. No oddities – other than slow 1st boot after SO update and 15 minutes @ 100% CPU after the .NET install.

      Rebooted 3 times and let it sit for several minutes. (15 min after .NET for Disk activity and CPU to settle.)

      I would recommend people on the last reboot to go to the desktop and let it sit 45 to 60 minutes to Process Idle Tasks, let the trusted installer (as per PKCano) do its thing and let the NGEN recompile the .NET image.

      If you or others here are interested, one can run the MSCORSVW .net image compiler (NGEN) manually. (I do).
      http://blogs.msdn.com/b/dotnet/archive/2013/08/06/wondering-why-mscorsvw-exe-has-high-cpu-usage-you-can-speed-it-up.aspx

      You can force the Idle Tasks if you want by the administrative command prompt: rundll32 advapi32.dll,ProcessIdleTasks

      You can enter that then walk away for 15 to 20 minutes. If the drive light is still on, it is still running, walk away again. Do not allow the computer to go to sleep. Reset the Power Options to 1 hour sleep if needed. Laptops make sure you are on AC power not battery!

      Thanks to all here.

      Edit: Moderators note: To paraphrase Lounge Rules: Posting anything that has already been posted, will be removed. Please provide a link and snippet of previous post, not a re-post. Thank you.

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      • #1762353 Reply

        anonymous

        If it’s not security related like KB4505050( Gov Dot blighty de-borking patch to patch the patch what borked it for all ye gov’s UK governmental affairs To-Dos ) then yes by all means just wait for the next month’s cumulative IE update and that’s less work all around, unless you are needing to contact the Ministry Of Silly Walks and other such bodies.

        Come to think of it, penguins have rather delightful walks as well and less need to be rebooted after updates!

         

    • #1759613 Reply

      anonymous

      So when is it safe to install 1903?

      • #1759616 Reply

        PKCano
        Da Boss

        Wait to install 1903 until it is offered to your PC through Windows Update.

        Microsoft is throttling the rollout based on the compatibility determined by their AI. It is being installed on those computers with the least likelihood of problems first. If you use your computer for your daily driver, you don’t need to be a Guinea pig.

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        • #1759629 Reply

          Alex5723
          AskWoody Plus

          “go ahead and patch”

          I didn’t see the “go ahead and patch” either, but Patch Lady on Master Patch List gave the OK.

          • #1759740 Reply

            PKCano
            Da Boss

            Susan’s Master Patch List is based on a different business-oriented environment than Woody’s DEFCON consumer environment.

            Susan’s list is based on a business environment where there are test machines available and IT departments are staffed to take care of problems. Often businesses have time constraints to get the patches applied to comply with their standards.

            Consumers usually have few computers and they are necessary for daily functions. And they often do not have the technical knowledge to cope with major problems. So Woody’s DEFCON approach is more wait-and-see to give  them less exposure to BSODs, loss of networking, etc.

            They are two different approaches to patching.

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            • #1759746 Reply

              anonymous

              Well put PKCano. An excellent description of the two green lights given here. I prefer Woody’s advice every time.

            • #1761015 Reply

              Susan Bradley
              AskWoody MVP

              I get business twitchy when I get to the end of the month and DON’T have that month’s updates installed.  But like PK said, I have spare machines.

              Susan Bradley Patch Lady

          • #1759814 Reply

            woody
            Da Boss

            Susan most certainly, emphatically, did NOT give the go-ahead on Win10 1903.

            We’re months away from moving our machines to the new version. Lots of cannon fodder yet to be dissected.

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            • #1761014 Reply

              Susan Bradley
              AskWoody MVP

              Testing go ahead for 1903, not prime time go ahead for 1903.  I get 1903 because I am testing it for the office and kicking the tires (and writing about it)  But it’s too soon for widespread go-ahead.  Trend Micro doesn’t support it yet as one example of a vendor that isn’t ready.

              I like it.  I’m encouraged by it.  Microsoft better not mess it up with oopsies.

              Susan Bradley Patch Lady

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    • #1759925 Reply

      zero2dash
      AskWoody Lounger

      My 1803, 1809 and Server 2019 boxes with deferrals set to 14 days on quality updates have all updated with no issues. I continue to have 100% success with 0 issues with that policy set. YMMV, no warranty implied, offer good while supplies last.

    • #1760323 Reply

      anonymous

      Yeah I kinda figured-I’m waiting until it’s good to go for installing 1903, but I want to let you know-I will install it on my day off or the evening before bed before the day of my day off….Ya get what I mean. Also I would have to usb some of my stuff beforehand too.

    • #1761010 Reply

      Alex5723
      AskWoody Plus

      So, I changed deferral days of quality updates on my 1809 to 14 (from 21) and got notification about new updates.
      KB4499405 – .net 3.5, 4.7.2, 4.8
      KB890830 – WMSR
      KB4497932 – Adobe Flash Player

      No KB4494441 security/quality update or any other update yet I LOST the deferral options in ‘Choose When Update are Installed’.

      GPEdit update setting has change as well. No option 2 – Notify for download and notify for install
      only deferral by days.

      Version is 17763.437.

      Edit: So I change deferral days for quality updates in GPedit to 21 and got BACK SAC in Windows Update advanced options. Deferral days are set by GPEdit and can’t be changed.

      My HUGE question: I did Microsoft mess my system settings with no OS update !!

      Edit2 : Microsoft has removed Wuau.adm from Administrative Templates – Windows\Inf folder.

      https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/328010/how-to-configure-automatic-updates-by-using-group-policy-or-registry-s

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      • #1763159 Reply

        Susan Bradley
        AskWoody MVP

        Semi Annual channel is now irrelevant in 1903.  There is no longer a SAC or SAC-T.  So if you only see feature updates can be deferred for up to 365 – that’s the correct options/GUI you are supposed to have.

         

        Susan Bradley Patch Lady

    • #1761013 Reply

      Susan Bradley
      AskWoody MVP

      Granted I live in the USA, so I’m not impacted by the UK stuff, but I haven’t seen issues with the main security updates issued on Second Tuesday.    I agree with Zerodash, push off the updates AT LEAST a week and you avoid all the pain and dead bodies.

      Susan Bradley Patch Lady

    • #1761122 Reply

      Alex5723
      AskWoody Plus

      Microsoft has removed Wuau.adm from Administrative Templates – Windows\Inf folder.

      Can I download and install the missing Administrative Templates (.admx) for Windows 10 October 2018 Update (1809) :

      https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=57576

    • #1761125 Reply

      Alex5723
      AskWoody Plus

      I haven’t seen issues with the main security updates issued on Second Tuesday.

      I haven’t got any security updates issued on Second Tuesday.
      The only ‘security’ I see in the catalog (I an non UK) on May 14, is servicing stack (KB4499728).

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      • #1761409 Reply

        PKCano
        Da Boss

        The CUs released on Patch Tuesday are Security updates.
        The CUs released later in the month are non-Security updates.

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        • #1761701 Reply

          Alex5723
          AskWoody Plus

          The CUs released on Patch Tuesday are Security updates.

          As I wrote (#1761010), I haven’t got any security updates for May 2019 for 1809 , yet, Microsoft has damaged my system Update settings.

          • #1762251 Reply

            anonymous

            Hello Alex, since you are saying that updates are NOT forthcoming, you might want to investigate running Microsoft’s Disk Cleanup and a Microsoft Windows Update tool.

            In Microsoft’s “Disk Cleanup”, press the “Clean up System Files” button, and see about removing the “old MS updates and Previous Windows version OS”, reboot afterwards. Then run the Windows Update Troubleshooter.
            https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4027322/windows-update-troubleshooter

            Also see the below video. The man goes into using Disk Cleanup and clearing system update files, then uses a MS Windows Update Repair tool and mentions power management settings to allow large updates to succeed. He has success with these tools on his PC which was Windows 10 failing to go to build 1709.

            Windows Update Troubleshooter BuildOrBuy Published on Jan 28, 2018

            Hope this helps. Please let us know.

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            • #1762269 Reply

              anonymous

              Is Woody’s site now putting the youtube videos in the forum?? I only wanted the web address to be shown for users to click on and go to, not have the actual video taking up space in the forum. If this is new then that concept may cause slowness and troubles in the future.

            • #1767574 Reply

              woody
              Da Boss

              I haven’t seen any slowness with linked YouTube videos.

              Unless you click on the video, WordPress only has to hit the YouTube site once.

            • #1762530 Reply

              Alex5723
              AskWoody Plus

              Hello Alex, since you are saying that updates are NOT forthcoming

              Thanks, but I didn’t say that (#1761010).
              My big problem is that Microsoft messed my Pro Windows Update settings, both in GPEdit and in Windows Update advanced options (please read my post) although there were no system updates apart from .net, Flash player, Windows Malicious Removal Tool. None should have affected Windows Update settings.
              The security update missing for May 14 are Servicing Stack KB4499728 and KB4494441.

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    • #1761770 Reply

      Speccy
      AskWoody Lounger

      One of Susan’s Master Patch List May links for Windows 10 Version 1709 is incorrectly pointing to the Windows 10 Version 1803 one instead:

      • The 05/14/2019 4499179 (Version 1709) update link is pointing to the 4499167 (Version 1803) update

      UPDATED [as of June 4, ~03:54 PM UTC-6]: Link fixed (thank you Susan! 🙂

    • #1761825 Reply

      Mele20
      AskWoody Lounger

      In Win10 the SSUs are downloaded with the CUs automatically.

      The Patch Tuesday CUs contain the Preview patches which are released after the Patch Tuesday CUs from the previous month. It has been this way and nothing has changed since last month and the month before that and the month before that.

      The .Net CUs will be released as necessary for your PC through Windows Update automatically.

      In Win10, nothing has to be “manually found” unless YOU choose to be a seeker.

      I dont agree with that. EVERYTHING has to be “found” if you are smart and decline to do it Woody’s way. I have great respect for Woody and this site but I don’t allow anything on 1803 to be installed via Windows Updates in Settings (except Windows Defender updates that I obtain manually each morning). I have Windows Updates disabled using Group Policy and I obtain all updates (including the servicing stack when there is a new one) and Flash Player for IE 11 via the Microsoft catalog. As for the .NETs I don’t generally update them as I would have to do that via the catalog as even if I wanted to use Windows Updates Microsoft has frozen the Windows Updates Settings page just as it did in 1709. That’s how they try to punish you for having some control over your own computer. I wouldn’t wish Windows 10 on my worst enemy.

      • #1761876 Reply

        PKCano
        Da Boss

        Those are your choices. You chose to do it that way.

        But the fact is, that fact is that nothing has to be manually found. It is YOU that have altered that fact, not Windows 10 or Windows Update.

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    • #1762444 Reply

      dmbyer
      AskWoody Plus

      Was trying to follow your advice and do an incremental update to Win10 1809 rather than leap- frogging from 1803 to 1903.  Seemed like it was working, got most of the monthly updates, but stalled on what I think was the 1809 feature update at 100% complete. Shut down, updates uninstalled and then went to safe mode, restarted and decided to turn my update settings off again. I’m afraid if I leave it on, it’ll go to 1903, which is what I was trying to avoid. 1803 is fine but I’d still like to try and go to 1809 before 1903. Can I do that on Windows Update page. Can I trust them to install 1809 at this late stage?

    • #1762597 Reply

      anonymous

      Hello Alex, sorry your statement, “I haven’t got any security updates issued on Second Tuesday. The only ‘security’ I see in the catalog (I an non UK) on May 14, is servicing stack (KB4499728).” made me think you were not getting any main updates.

      You also said, “The security update missing for May 14 are Servicing Stack KB4499728 and KB4494441.”

      The security update “Servicing Stack KB4499728” will not be shown in update history, you need to look in the Uninstall-an-Update section to see if it is there.

      As I understand it the SSU has to be installed when no other updates are available.

      Also the KB4494441 requires the KB4499728 to be installed first.

      Even though you have updates off, “an update to the Windows Update program” can still be installed, behind your back.

      That could change setting in WU but you seem to be saying it, KB4499728, is not there.

      • #1762630 Reply

        PKCano
        Da Boss

        In Win10, if you install through Windows Update, the Servicing Stack is bundled with the CU (doesn’t show separately in the list of pending updates) and WU manages the correct sequence of installation.

        • #1762633 Reply

          anonymous

          Thank you PKC! I appear to be quoting Windows 7 procedure for the SSU.

    • #1762640 Reply

      Alex5723
      AskWoody Plus

      You also said, “The security update missing for May 14 are Servicing Stack KB4499728 and KB4494441.”

      I downloaded and installed KB4499728 manually. Ran Belarc Advisor (Windows Update Mini Tool, Show Or Hide Updates, didn’t show either of the updates due to the deferral settings) and got KB4494441 as missing.
      Installed KB4494441 manually.

      “Even though you have updates off, “an update to the Windows Update program” can still be installed, behind your back.”

      That is unacceptable.

      Will installing the deleted Administrative Templates (.admx) for Windows 10 October 2018 Update (1809) give me back control on Windows Update settings in GPEdit ?

      https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=57576

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      • #1763157 Reply

        Susan Bradley
        AskWoody MVP

        You sure you can’t go into group policy now and set deferrals?  Even without this so called missing template?  As local group policy in Pro should be standard for all.  As I recall if you’ve set them in the GUI or used gpedit you get them in the gui.  If you’ve not gone uber advanced you don’t see the options.  (I think but I need to revisit this)

        Susan Bradley Patch Lady

    • #1762826 Reply

      Fred
      AskWoody Lounger

      All that said, mainly ver 1903 and 1809:

      Where do we stand regarding ver 1803?

      KB4499167  CU (5/14)

      KB4497398 Service Stack (automatically installed with the CU?)

      KB4499183 Update Patch (5/21) with the Download and install change

      KB4495616 New standalone .NET 4.8

      June 11, 2019

      Microsoft pushes “Download and install now” updates to Windows 10 1803 and Windows 10 1809 as part of Patch Tuesday. These updates – as optional updates available for manual download on May 21, they were marked KB4499183 (1803) and KB4497934 (1809) – will be automatically downloaded and installed by the two previous feature upgrades to add the new option letting users decide when to migrate to the next version.

      (Note: Microsoft may not shove the “Download and install now” updates to all users immediately but could stage them over a period of days or even weeks.)

      WWW-link:
      https://www.computerworld.com/article/3234766/windows-10-update-and-retirement-calendar-mark-these-dates.html?utm_source=Adestra&utm_medium=email&utm_content=Read%20more%3A%20Windows%2010%20update%20%28and%20retirement%29%20calendar%3A%20Mark%20these%20dates&utm_campaign=Computerworld%20First%20Look&utm_term=Editorial%20-%20First%20Look&utm_date=20190531184534

      .

       

    • #1763378 Reply

      Speccy
      AskWoody Lounger

      (just edited/updated the original post)

      UPDATED [as of June 4, ~03:52 PM UTC-6]: Link fixed (thank you Susan! 🙂

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    • #1763935 Reply

      Alex5723
      AskWoody Plus

      You sure you can’t go into group policy now and set deferrals

      I don’t want to set deferrals in GPEdit. I suddenly lost and want back option ‘2 – Notify for download and notify for install’ for Windows Updates in GPEdit, and I want back setting deferral in Windows Update – Advanced Options instead of in GPEdit. I even lost SAC setting but wrenched it back from Microsoft’s claws (see screen shots in post #1761010).

      I an hesitant to install (restore?) Administrative Templates (.admx) as I don’t know what it adds/changes exactly.

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    • #1764242 Reply

      anonymous

      For Windows 7, doesn’t BlueKeep affect only those using Professional, Enterprise, or Ultimate? If am not mistaken, Home Premium, Home Basic, and Starter can only initiate an RDC but cannot be connected to.

    • #1765982 Reply

      Alex5723
      AskWoody Plus

      want back option ‘2 – Notify for download and notify for install’ for Windows Updates

      A miracle. Got my settings back both in FGEdit and in Advanced Options.

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      greenbergman
      AskWoody Plus

      Add me to the list of those for whom setting my WiFi to a metered connection does not stop updates. (I have Windows 10 Home.) And add my grrr to that overall topic. Just looking away from my laptop long enough somehow allows the update to go forward without the ability to delay it. Aside from not wanting to install an update yet because of known bugs, the update has started at, to say the least, inopportune times such as while giving a lecture  – closing the PPT and not being able to restart the laptop for 15 or 20 minutes.

      I don’t have regular times that I can schedule when I want MS to take over my machine, even overnight. I often have (non-MS) apps open that don’t automatically restart where I left off. So even if I don’t lose data, I may forget what I was working on. And that’s further annoying on top of the reboots at those bad times.

      • #1841381 Reply

        greenbergman
        AskWoody Plus

        Adding a further complaint to my own complaint, Windows today updated in spite of having metering on AND having the laptop lid closed.

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      • #1841735 Reply

        Paul T
        AskWoody MVP

        Are you sure you have the metered set to stop updates? You can set it to allow regardless.
        Click on “set a data limit…” under metered connection.

        cheers, Paul

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      • #1843989 Reply

        woody
        Da Boss

        Most disturbing….

    • #1841823 Reply

      Fred
      AskWoody Lounger

      Adding a further complaint to my own complaint, Windows today updated in spite of having metering on AND having the laptop lid closed.

      I have had the same unpleasant experience. Nothing could stop these updates. So finally I trained myself in imaging the laptop in order to set it back as it was before, at a convenient time. And at the same time I learned Linux a bit, to use it on a older laptop, so using internet (banking, hotelreservations, checking routes etc.) is garanteed. For using some programs Windows is still needed, but as soon as this is over, the Windows will be ditched; Microsoft can not be trusted anymore, and is still doing as they like. SnifSnif …

      *Askwoody.com* is a fabulous help to keep up for lots of needed knowledge things *thanks to you all!*

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    • #1850080 Reply

      MHCLV941
      AskWoody Plus

      What happened to the May 2019 patch information?

      You jumped from April 2019 (the old way) to June 2019 (the new way).

      PS: I’m not sure the new way is actually an improvement.

      • #1850090 Reply

        Susan Bradley
        AskWoody MVP

        https://www.askwoody.com/patch-list-master/  I listed the May updates in the PDF.  For Office I didn’t list them individually, I just indicate that I’ve installed them.  I’m trying to give a better indication of what I patch to and why.

        Susan Bradley Patch Lady

      • #1850092 Reply

        PKCano
        Da Boss

        The May patches are listed below the June patches in the PDFs.
        Look for the release date 5/14.

        UPDATE: Now added as a separate link.
        Thank you, Susan.

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